Come and see us at Chelsea Flower Show
Apr 08, 2019
We're chuffed to have been invited to exhibit at this year's Chelsea Flower Show. We'll be in the Discovery Zone - the educational area - alongsides the Horticultural Trade Association, Reading University, the Genetics Society and others. Our stand has been designed to not only tell you how we work, but also explain the multiple benefits of forestry to the UK as a whole. As well as backdrops we're making up four mini-woodlands to show the types of projects we're involved in - native riparian, co...
New carbon and energy reporting rules may be coming your way
Feb 12, 2019
Announced in July last year but coming into force for financial years starting after April 1st this year a new set of carbon and energy reporting rules are just around the corner for many businesses. Called the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting framework (SECR) the scheme will replace the old Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) and Mandatory Carbon Reporting (MCR).
Does this change affect your business?
SECR will apply to around 12,000 companies, which is more than double the numb...
Benefits rooted in science
Dec 05, 2018
Speaking recently at the Science Museum in London on climate change projections, Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, was clear that ‘Everything we do at Defra has to be rooted in science.’ He also spoke about woodland as a ‘critical natural asset’ both for helping to mitigate the projected impact on flooding and to sequester carbon.
Days later a BBC News website critique of options for removing carbon from the atmosphere, advised ‘Forests do the job of soaking up carbon dioxide, because the...